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These parts are made of ivory stocks already existing in the country, but there are reports of illegal smuggling, says Keisuke Yamada, a graduate student in ethnomusicology who studies the shamisen at the University of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca Bodenheimer is a freelance writer and scholar with a Ph.D. in ethnomusicology.
I was born in Middletown, Connecticut while my dad was getting his PhD in ethnomusicology and anthropology at Wesleyan University.
Maria is writing her dissertation on Jonestown’s ethnomusicology, which feels like this dig at academia and the tiny little plots of land on which academics stake their territory.
But Ravi’s influence got me job at the University of Washington, in the ethnomusicology department.
Dies received a master's of arts degree in folklore and ethnomusicology from Indiana University and has taught and studied music in Mexico, Spain and Kenya.
Music students from around the world learned about the program, and came to Wesleyan, which awarded its first doctorate in ethnomusicology to an Ethiopian student in 1971.
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